DIY Ideas for Home and Garden Decorationsjohnlupez347 April 29, 2017
You don’t have to get a professional interior designer to decorate your place. Especially, in the bedroom where you find your comfort and peace of mind after the long day. There are also some subdivisions or apartments and even condominiums like Senta to have the permission to the consumers to customize or change the appearance of the place.
The bedroom is never actually complete until the headboard is in place. It is also a thing where you can think of happy places or other things to improve your mind. There are often retailers ask big bucks for this single piece of furniture. But don’t bother turning your pockets inside out for this statement piece just yet. Check out this excellent list of DIY headboards and headboards alternatives from BHG that will give your bedroom the finished look you’ve been searching for- without big amount signs!
The Wordy Wall
The DIY book headboard that is perfect for all the literary fans out there. Design Every Day Creator Kassandra made this wordy focal piece with plywood, nails, tape, and old thrift store books. She completes the look with a vintage hanging lamp.
The Double Drapery
The bed canopy is soft, romantic, flowy, and – bonus – it involves no sewing. Teryn Yancey, of Vintage Romance Style, created this dramatic DIY bed canopy out of curtain rods, chandelier swags, ribbon, and two table clothes. Held together with hot glue, this faux headboard is sure to draw attention.
The Nightlight, Better Built
DIY this fun marquee-inspired headboard with help from Emma Chapman’s step-by-step guide on A Beautiful Mess. A piece like this could also look great in a kid’s room and double as a nightlight.
Who needs any headboard when this beautiful landscape is behind their pillows? Artist Pam Lostracco shows us on her blog how she painted her bedroom wall into a beautiful mountain mural rather than adding a headboard. The effect is stunning.
Home is not just focused on the place where you want to sleep but also where you find nature in a garden. It doesn’t take a lot to design your backyard.
Wine Bottle Bird Feeder
Think twice before tossing that empty wine bottle! Instead, repurpose it in the cutest free bird feeder. Get the tutorial at Elizabeth Joan Designs.
Want to add a splash of green to a brick patio? Follow blogger Liz Marie’s cute and snag a faux grass rug to jazz up space. Visit Liz Marie Blog.
Make Your Own Grill Set Holder
Let this handy sign do double-duty as cute backyard artwork and a safe spot to hang grilling utensils when not in use. Lil’ Luna.
Include a Kid’s Corner
This hopscotch board made out of pavers- works double-time as a game for kids (or adults) and a fun way to add a pop of bright color to your lawn. Happiness is Homemade.
Hang String Lights
String lights are an easy, affordable way to turn your porch into an enchanting oasis. Let them drape from the ceiling or a railing, or hang them a wall. Related to 65+ Porches and Patios We’d Love to Relax On